National Geographic : 1918 May
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS The PEMBROKE The First Seth Thomas Clock Mahogany case with four and one-half inch silvered dial, ten inches tall andW asMadeIn1813 eighteen inches long. Fifteen-day pendulum movemen striking hours Out of the severest tests of time, Seth Thomas Clocks have and half-hours on a soft- emerged with an enviable record for honest, accurate, faithful toned athedral bell. performance. The very name, Seth Thomas, symbols today the spirit of dependable time-keeping service. The quiet efficiency of Seth Thomas movements is in harmony with the dignity and artistry of the casings. Yourjeweler will be pleased to show or procurefor you the PEMBROKE, pictured here, or any of the other clocks illustrated in our new catalog. SETH THOMAS CLOCK COMPANY, NEW YORK RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP in the National Geographic Society The Membership Fee Includes Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine DUES: Annual membership in U. S., $2.00; annual membership abroad, $3.00; Canada, $2.50; life membership, $50. Please make remittances payable to National Geographic Society, and if at a distance remit by N. Y . draft, postal or express order. Please detach and fill in blank below and send to the Secretary .. ................ ......... ...... .- - ............. ...... .................. ........... ..... 191 'Cothe Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenthand M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C. : I nominate_ ,/ddress for membership in the Society. 5-18 (Write your address) 'Mention the Geographic-It identifies you.'